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    Posted: 05 October 2010 at 3:03pm
hiyer all.

who can tell me about this cab.

mainly i need to know if these were all made with 25mm ply. ?

am i right in thinking some of these cabs were loaded with diffrent power rated drivers. ?

and any links you have or anything you can tell me about this cab would be great.

thanks rus. Smile

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presumably you've seen the data sheet?
 
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i have seen that thanks biotec. Smile i should have pointed out what ive already seen.

ill be taking delivery of an original tsw-124 soon. one for me to have a listen to loaded with a pd2450 and two to copy it down to a tee.


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Looks they using 21 mm material as per the plan in following link:
http://hornplans.free.fr/tsw124.html

Anyone would have a link to TSW 721 plan ?


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havent found a 721 plan, although i might be taking apart one of our 8 to have a go at making some new ones as ours are pretty battered on the outside, although the original drivers are still running well.

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Originally posted by RUS RUS wrote:

i have seen that thanks biotec. Smile i should have pointed out what ive already seen.

ill be taking delivery of an original tsw-124 soon. one for me to have a listen to loaded with a pd2450 and two to copy it down to a tee.


Are you planning on using new drivers Rus? those PD2450's are a fortune new...or is there a cheaper alternative?
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Originally posted by RUS RUS wrote:

hiyer all.

who can tell me about this cab.

mainly i need to know if these were all made with 25mm ply. ?

am i right in thinking some of these cabs were loaded with diffrent power rated drivers. ?

and any links you have or anything you can tell me about this cab would be great.

thanks rus. Smile

We made all the 124's and they were made with 25mm ply. The original speaker had a polystyrene cone but that was short lived and it ended up with 2450, but I believe it was a cheaper version.

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Didn't Fane do the polystyrene monster cones??I have a catalogue somewhere with them in...

NEIGHBOURHOOD SOUNDSYSTEM
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Have you heard these cabs RUS? If so what they sound like?

<a href="http://www.soundhirewales.co.uk/">PA & Lighting - Sound Hire Wales</a>

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote RUS Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 October 2010 at 2:36pm
hi.

@cracker thanks ive seen them plans not sure why they were drawn up for 21mm ply. :S

@jbl_man i am using new and yes they are costly alright over £500 a piece and thats without delivery lol. im not sure of another suitable driver but i could only ever see myself using the pd2450 in this cab anyway.

@tony_a.s.s. when you said you made all the 124 do you mean you worked at turbosound and produced them for them. ? why was the polystyrene cone short lived. ?

@fuzzy dig it out lets have a look. :)

@stray-sound ive not heard these. but i dout there going to dissapoint. im sure theres a fair few guys on here that have though. anyone. ? one chap said people like to use these for drum&bass i can see why.

another question i have is what sort of frequency range am i going to get out of this cab. ?

ive heard a few diffrent ideas. one guy in the uk not on this forum said 15hz to 200hz but i dont think there do quite that. :/

thanks for your replys chaps. Smile





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If you're going to make two TSW124 copies, and load them with drivers that cost upwards of £500, I'd strongly suggest you reconsider and buy some second hand pro cabinets instead.
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Ditto that,add in the cost of 1 inch birch ply as well,and i think you should look for some 2nd hand genuine ones instead.Just an opinion.
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